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Katie Minkus, R(B)

April 23, 2010

Interesting… but they forgot the #1 rule of location in Hawaii – how close to the water is the property? And #2 – how good of an ocean view does the property have? Good ‘ol Hawaii, we always do things just a bit different out here in the middle of the Pacific Ocean!!!

Katie Minkus, R(B)

April 23, 2010

Interesting… but they forgot the #1 rule of location in Hawaii – how close to the water is the property? And #2 – how good of an ocean view does the property have? Good ‘ol Hawaii, we always do things just a bit different out here in the middle of the Pacific Ocean!!!

Ken Molina, RS

April 23, 2010

That’s sort of my point. What if i valued an inland upcountry location more than beach front (not that I would)? Location, like beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Ken Molina, RS

April 23, 2010

That’s sort of my point. What if i valued an inland upcountry location more than beach front (not that I would)? Location, like beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

April 24, 2010

Yes we see that on the Big Island a lot because the terrain is so incredibly diverse. When I first moved over, I couldn’t believe how many people actually valued living upcountry versus living at the beach… I’m like you, there is a reason I live in Puako Beach. 🙂

Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

April 24, 2010

Yes we see that on the Big Island a lot because the terrain is so incredibly diverse. When I first moved over, I couldn’t believe how many people actually valued living upcountry versus living at the beach… I’m like you, there is a reason I live in Puako Beach. 🙂

Carmen Brodeur

April 24, 2010

I’ve always heard that the original Hawaiians valued the inward land much more than the ocean front property. The Royalty lived inland and the common folk had to live on beach front property. Anyone know if this is true?

Carmen Brodeur

April 24, 2010

I’ve always heard that the original Hawaiians valued the inward land much more than the ocean front property. The Royalty lived inland and the common folk had to live on beach front property. Anyone know if this is true?

Lucy Clark, RB

April 26, 2010

Never heard that before, Carmen. What I understood from my kupuna was that living inland you were protected – no tidal waves (obviously) but more so your enemies needed to go around the mountain to get to you.

Lucy Clark, RB

April 26, 2010

Never heard that before, Carmen. What I understood from my kupuna was that living inland you were protected – no tidal waves (obviously) but more so your enemies needed to go around the mountain to get to you.

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